College write and edit low-cost textbook

College of North Georgia (UNG) college students aren’t the one ones who take note of the worth of instructional textbooks. UNG college took discover and responded.

College within the Division of Political Science and Worldwide Affairs authored and edited a textbook about worldwide relations and international points. “The Fundamentals of International Politics” is a low-cost ebook launched via UNG Press. It prices $34.99 and is on the market for buy via Ingram, the UNG bookstore, unbiased bookstores, and different main retailers.

“The textbook we had been utilizing was an digital expertise with a considerable value,” Dr. Dlynn Williams, head of the political science and worldwide affairs division, mentioned. “We needed to write down a textbook to supply all College System of Georgia college students with a low-cost choice.”

“The Fundamentals of International Politics” introduces newbie political science college students to world politics. It evaluations home and worldwide politics and political ideologies and explores extra essential lenses, resembling feminist and environmental concept. It additionally options an in-depth evaluation of realism, liberalism, and constructivism; an evidence of fixing approaches to worldwide relations after main international conflicts; and discussions about international developments, obstacles, and creating identities in worldwide relations.

Williams and Dr. Raluca Viman-Miller, assistant professor of political science, co-edited the ebook. Contributing authors from UNG’s Division of Political Science and Worldwide Affairs embody Dr. Craig Greathouse, professor and affiliate division head; Dr. Cristian Harris, professor; Dr. Scott Meachum, assistant professor; Dr. Jonathan Miner, professor; Dr. Nathan Value, affiliate professor; Dr. Sam Rohrer, affiliate professor; Dr. Seyed Hamidreza Serri, affiliate professor; Dr. Laurel Wei, assistant professor; and Dr. Dwight Wilson, affiliate professor. Two different contributors are Dr. Jake Greear and Dr. Jennifer Schiff.

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